Ontario’s Weather Forecast This Weekend Is Going To Be Nasty With Wet Snow In Some Regions

Say goodbye to warm fall weather and hello to the cold this weekend.

Toronto Staff Writer
Ontario’s Weather Forecast This Weekend Is Going To Be Nasty With Wet Snow In Some Regions

Ontario has been soaking up warmer than seasonal temperatures this October, but this weekend won't be as lucky.

The Weather Network predicts temperatures will drop this Friday, "with temperatures falling closer to seasonal and possibly even a few degrees colder into next week."

This means if you've been dying to bring your winter coat out this might actually be your lucky day.

"With the extremely mild Great Lakes and the arrival of colder air temperatures, lake-effect showers will target areas south and east of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay as well," according to The Weather Network.

Parts of Ontario south of Georgian Bay will get a taste of winter this Friday or Saturday with "mixing or wet snow" possibly drifting in bright and early.

This chillier weather will continue into early next week before warming up mid-week and hopefully making patio nights bearable once again.

Ontario looks like it's been trapped inside a giant snowglobe that's constantly getting shaken up this morning, and people all over social media are uploading photos and videos to document the chaos.

Many parts across the province are getting blanketed by 40+ centimetres of snow in what The Weather Network is calling one of the "most impactful snowstorms in years."

Keep Reading Show less

Narcity may receive a small commission if you purchase something we recommend in this article, which was created by the Narcity Shop team. Items are in stock and prices are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.

Only during a snowstorm do I get jealous of people who live in condos and don't have to worry about shovelling the driveway or front steps.

Keep Reading Show less

Students rejoice! Several Ontario school boards will be shutting down on Monday due to the impact of a significant winter storm, which could bring up to 30 to 50 centimetres of snow.

The severity of the weather is causing Environment Canada to issue blizzard and snowfall warnings for most southern regions due to widespread "reduced visibilities of 400 metres."

Keep Reading Show less

Ontario's Snowstorm Could Be The Biggest In Years & Some Spots Are Getting Up To 50 cm

So many blizzard warnings have been issued, so you may want to stay home today! 🥶

Ontarians who haven't taken a look outside their windows yet this morning may be in for a chilling surprise because the province is getting covered by blankets of snow.

"Widespread winter warnings span Ontario as one of the most impactful snowstorms in years threatens 30+ cm of snow through Monday," The Weather Network reports.

Keep Reading Show less